© 2014 - Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries (CMM)
474 Centre Street - Newton, MA 02458
Office: (617) 244-3650

Rodney Petersen, Executive Director (rlp@coopmet.org)
Karin Firoza, Program Director/IFYI (ifyi@coopmet.org)
Keri Saunders O'Brien, Administrator (kerisaundersobrien@coopmet.org)

Last Update: September 2, 2014

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Our Mission:
To mobilize congregations and communities across economic, religious, racial, and ethnic boundaries so that, in partnership, we can work more effectively for a just and peaceful society and for spiritual growth and interfaith understanding.
Thank you to our staff, participants and supporters for another fantastic Interfaith Youth Initiative!

Wednesdays, October 7, 14, 21, 28
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Grace Church (76 Eldredge Street, Newton, MA)
​Fee: $100; $75 for CMM Members and those who register by September 24. (Scholarships available)

Join the Rev. David Killian for this mini-course on John O'Donohue, an Irish priest-poet who influenced people from all faith traditions or “none” because he spoke to our deepest yearnings and concerns.In his writing and public life, John advocated against social injustice and inspired the wealthy and powerful in society to engage their own integrity in service of meaningful, positive change. His often quoted admonition that “the duty of privilege is absolute integrity” offers continuing inspiration for those working to open new possibilities of wholeness and grace in our visible world and beyond.

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Click here to download a flyer.
Coming this fall:

Encountering John O’Donohue: A Journey in Space and Time